Local Charity the Footprint Trust is one of the first charities on the Isle of Wight to take advantage of an innovative way of raising money at no cost to itself.
As Island Pulse mentioned way back in March 2011: Dimbola Museum and Galleries this weekend saw the arrival of ‘A Village Lost and Found’, a 3D interactive exhibition by Brian May and Elena Vidal, presenting a unique set of stereo photographs showing the life in the Victorian village of Hinton Waldrist captured in the 1850s.
Carisbrooke Castle Museum, a museum of Isle of Wight history and King Charles 1st memorabilia, was visited by His Royal Highness The Earl of Wessex today.
Members of Isle of Wight Council’s Cabinet have unanimously agreed to begin a final phase of feedback on plans to modernise the Island’s youth services.
With only a few days left to contribute to the consultation Isle of Wight LINk urges Islanders to help save the Children’s Heart Unit at Southampton General Hospital
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is alerting taxpayers on the Isle of Wight to a surge of fake ‘phishing’ emails sent out by fraudsters in the run-up to the tax credits renewal deadline.
A new website called Brand-i is being launched to help shoppers avoid buying fake branded goods online. The website will work like a search engine where the user looks for well known brands and will be shown a list of approved retailers.